Global Asset Management (GAM) has appointed Jonathan Moseley as managing director for clients in Europe.
Moseley will be responsible for the overall development of GAM’s relationships across Europe (excluding Switzerland, Austria and Germany), leveraging off the GAM’s multi-manager concept.
He joins GAM from Merrill Lynch where he spent 14 years, the last two years as marketing director for the international private client group. Prior to this, Moseley was managing director of the institutional client division, responsible for equity distribution in the Asia Pacific region based in Hong Kong and head of US institutional equity sales in London.
Christopher Cottrell, managing director - clients, commented: “Jonathan’s appointment represents an important development for GAM. We anticipate significant growth within Europe and Jonathan has a wealth of industry experience to oversee this and will make a significant contribution to the team.”
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